A government inquiry can result in serious consequences for a company or individual. Our new HUB Talks podcast series, Voluntary Disclosure—brought to you by the lawyers in our investigations, enforcement, and white collar practice—is designed to keep you up to date with the latest government enforcement news with our bi-weekly Newsflash episodes, as well as to take you on an in-depth exploration of the outcome and impact of significant cases in our Deep Dive episodes.
Mike McKay and Aaron Millstein discuss staying a civil case when there is a parallel criminal investigation or prosecution, the factors courts consider in whether to grant a stay, and some of the strategic considerations every civil litigator should know when trying such cases.
Robert Higdon and David Rybicki reflect on their recent posts in the Department of Justice and what to expect in the world of corporate enforcement under the Biden administration. With host David Peet the group discusses trends in federal cases relating to COVID-19 fraud, and what the future could hold as the new administration places its policy stamp on the Department of Justice.
Chris Nasson, David Rybicki, Neil Smith, and Hayley Trahan-Liptak discuss the second phase of enforcement actions that are expected from the government, what the government may be looking for when reviewing borrower's PPP loan, and how a PPP borrower can prepare for a potential audit or enforcement action.
In this first episode of our series on the government's response to the Paycheck Protection Program, white collar practitioners Chris Nasson, David Rybicki, Neil Smith, and Hayley Trahan-Liptak provide an overview of the program, identify issues that arose with the roll out of the program, and discuss the first phase of the government's enforcement response.
White collar practitioners Neil Smith, William Semins, Nicole Stockey, and David Peet discuss their key takeaways from this year’s 37th International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
In this episode, we examine how two criminal defendants are aiming to leverage parallel FCPA investigations by the SEC and the DOJ to build their defense.
In this episode, we discuss the government’s initial response to Paycheck Protection Program fraud and we revisit cryptocurrency enforcement.
Chris Nasson and David Peet trace the history of the DOJ’s China Initiative at U.S. academic research institutions, and explain why researchers and institutional leadership find themselves in the crosshairs of a variety of government stakeholders.
A government inquiry can result in serious consequences for a company or individual. Our new podcast series, Voluntary Disclosure—brought to you by the lawyers in our investigations, enforcement, and white collar practice—is designed to keep you up to date with the latest government enforcement news with our bi-weekly Newsflash episodes.
In our debut Newsflash episode, we discuss the Supreme Court declining to require an “official act” under the FCPA, the Securities and Exchange Commission juggles a foreign bribery settlement and the future of disgorgement, and more.